Gary Roberts Miller

October 2, 2018 13 Condolences Print Obituary

On Saturday, September 29, 2018, Gary Roberts Miller passed away peacefully after a long battle with cancer.

Gary will be sadly missed by Lorraine, his wife of 47 years, his sons Robert (Renee), Roger and Randy (Heather), grandchildren Alyssa, Dylan, Cole, Ali and Lyvia, brothers Wayne (Delores), Stanley (Lynn) and Allan (Bonnie), sisters Carol (Fred), Laura, Marlene and Debbie as well as numerous nieces, nephews, godchildren and friends.

Gary is predeceased by his mother June and sisters Mary Lou, Delores and Marlainne.

Memorial Mass
Friday, October 5, 2018, 10:00AM
St. John Bosco Catholic Parish
13503 40 Street NW, Edmonton.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Stollery Children’s Hospital, 8440 114 Street NW, Edmonton, in Gary’s name.

The family wishes to say thank you to the staff at Foyer Lacombe for their special care and attention to Gary during his stay.

  1. Thinking of you all at this sad time. Love and prayers are with you all. May Gary Rest in Gods Hands always. ??❤

  2. Gary, for sure will miss your friendship and smile! As you know, Roger and I are in Italy and won’t be here the day of your funeral. As it happens we are in Turin (Torino) that day. As we are on a pilgrimage, we are celebrating mass daily in a different parish. Some things happen for a reason, and we discovered today (we leave tomorrow) the mass will be at St. John Bosco, the Basilica of Maria Ausiliatrice where we will see the tombs of St.John Bosco. We will be visiting the Church of St. John the Evangelist where Don Bosco started his second oratory in the city. For those, not aware, this is the name of Lorraine and Gary’s church here in Edmonton.

    We are travelling with Father Joseph Vadassery, Rector of Corpus Christi Catholic Parish (Millwoods). He will be conducting mass in Gary’s name and Roger has been asked to do a reading (in his Oilers jersey in honour of Gary!) We will have it video taped to share with the family…. Love and prayers to you all……..Cheryl and Roger

  3. Will always remember Gary, just like your photo. Smiling and laughing and loving life. A Kind and caring man who loved his family and friends. Loved how he took chances in businesses, not always benefiting his family. But at least he tried. Music and art a big part of his life. Vic and I will miss him. ❤️

  4. Our sincere condolences Lorraine & Family.

  5. Our deapest condoléances to you Lorraine and family. We remember Gary as a very happy person who enjoyed life. We will offer masses in Falher. Jeannine & Roland

  6. So sorry for your loss Lorraine and Family! Gary was a great Guy and always had a smile on his face! Sorry we won’t be able to be at His memorial but will be thinking of You and your family. Hugs from Lydia and l Lorraine.

  7. My sincere and deepest sympathy to you Lorraine and your family. Gary always made me smile. I’ve never met a more genuine person and he will be truly missed. May he rest in peace.

  8. My deepest sympathies to you Lorraine and to your family. It is hard to say goodbye to such a wonderful and happy person. May you cherish forever the happy memories of your long life together.

  9. Lorraine, So sorry for your loss. Sending love,hugs and prayers to you and your family. A loving, caring and gentle man…gone too soon ??

  10. He was a great friend and Brother Knight and my thoughts and prayers are with Lorraine and the family at this difficult time

  11. Lorraine and family: May the memory of his smile, warm your heart! With caring thoughts and prayers, Paul and Evelyn

  12. Gary was Blessed with having a ‘Wonderful Common Touch’ for all he met. His infectious smile and genial nature was ‘All Welcoming’! He was a fellow Greyhounder, and Parishoner at St. John Bosco. It will be strange, to no longer see, him and Lorraine together. My deepest sympathies to Lorraine, Family & Friends.

  13. So sorry to hear of the passing of Mr. Miller. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. We will definitely miss seeing him at the campground next summer.

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